Blue Devil scoreboard

Stephen Eibes —   Baseball UW-Stout dropped all four games of their series with UW–La Crosse this past weekend. The closest of the four games was the first game, a 13-9 loss.   Softball The Blue Devils split two games with UW–River Falls Thursday April 21. They won the first game 4-1 but dropped the second…

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Blue Devil Scoreboard

Stephen Eibes —   Softball Blue Devil softball went 1-3 in their conference openers this past weekend against UW–Whitewater and UW–Oshkosh. They found their only win in their first game with Oshkosh April 9. Baseball After some strange winter weather in Oshkosh pushed Stout’s four games to Menomonie April 9 and 10, the Blue Devils failed…

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By the Numbers

Stephen Eibes —   2 – Karly Wiensch (Sr, Chippewa Falls, Wis.) went two-for-two at the plate in Stout’s second softball game against Oshkosh on April 10. 177.5 – Lydia Meier (Jr, Middleton, Wis.) came in first place in the hammer throw at the La Crosse Ashton May Invite with a throw of 177.5 feet. 18…

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By the numbers

Stephen Eibes —   54.94 – Eric Fogltanz (Fr, Manitowoc, Wis.) had first place finish in the 400-meter hurdles with this time. 4 – Stout women’s track and field had four first place finishers at their opening outdoor meet at Washington University. 158 – The number of scholar-athletes recognized this year. Each athlete recognized has a…

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Blue Devil scoreboard

Stephen Eibes —   Track and Field The women’s team took second place while the men took third in their first outdoor meet of the season at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo.     Baseball The Blue Devils finished 6-5 in their spring break trip to Fort Meyer, Flo. They posted wins against Heidelberg, Bethel,…

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Last week in sports

By Stephen Eibes — Track and Field The last two weeks have been good ones for the University of Wisconsin–Stout track and field teams. In their last two meets, the men’s and women’s teams have had two first-place finishes, seven second-place finishes and four third-place finishes, all in multiple events. Tyler Odom (Fr, Oshkosh, Wis.)…

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Last week in sports

By Stephen Eibes — Track and Field The track and field teams continued their outdoor seasons last Friday at the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse Ashton May Invitational; both men’s and women’s teams had a great day for the Blue Devils. On the men’s side, Stout had many good finishes in all events. Nick Lubinski (Jr, Hudson,…

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Spring break in sports

By Stephen Eibes — Track and Field In the first leg of spring break the women’s 4×400 meter relay team took eighth place out of twelve and earned All-American honors at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships. At the same meet, Laurissa Titterud (Sr, Lino Lakes, Minn.) also finished thirteenth in the…

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Baseball team has high hopes for 2015 season

By Matt Haile — With spring right around the corner, the University of Wisconsin–Stout men’s baseball team is ready to kick off their highly anticipated season. The Blue Devils are coached by Toby Gardenhire, the son of former Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire. Toby is in his fourth season as a coach at Stout. The…

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Take me home from the ball game

  By Kylie Bowman   With finals just around the corner, the baseball team is closing out their season. Coach Toby Gardenhire, a former Triple A player with the Minnesota Twins organization, will be finishing his third year coaching here at University of Wisconsin–Stout. When I interviewed him at the beginning of the season, he…

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Blue Devils finish week with sweep at Platteville

  By Kylie Bowman The University of Wisconsin–Stout Blue Devils kicked off conference play last week with a doubleheader against University of Wisconsin–La Crosse on April 1 before playing a pair of doubleheaders at University of Wisconsin–Platteville on April 5 and 6. The Blue Devils travelled to Mauston, Wis. for a two-game set against the…

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Coming of spring confirmed by the arrival of baseball season

By Kylie Bowman Though the bike racks may still be partially buried in snow, spring is officially here, and the best thing that comes with it—besides the warmer weather of course—is the beginning of baseball season! The men’s baseball team began practice when the snow was still falling but are now excited for their season…

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